Korrina

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Korrina
コルニ Corni
"The Evolution fighter!"
XY Korrina.png
Artwork from X and Y
Gender Female
Eye color Light gray
Hair color Lemon yellow
Hometown Shalour City
Region Kalos
Relatives Gurkinn (grandfather)
Trainer class Gym Leader
Successor
Marchioness*
Generation VI
Games X and Y, Masters EX
Leader of Shalour Gym
Badge Rumble Badge
Specializes in Fighting types
Game animation debut Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer
English voice actor Ryan Bartley[1] (Masters EX)
Japanese voice actor Wakana Kingyo[2] (Masters EX)
Anime counterpart Korrina
Counterpart debut Mega Revelations!

Korrina (Japanese: コルニ Corni) is the Gym Leader of Shalour City's Gym, known officially as the Shalour Gym. She specializes in Fighting-type Pokémon. She gives the Rumble Badge to Trainers who defeat her. She is the only character in the games to have the Trainer class Successor (Japanese: けいしょうしゃ Successor).

In the core series

Korrina appears in Pokémon X and Y as a Gym Leader from Shalour City. Trainers who defeat Korrina will receive the Rumble Badge, along with TM98 (Power-Up Punch). According to the television show Gym Freaks and an NPC at Café Action!, she is a PR Video star. It also states that she dresses up in costumes; her magnificent legs able to shatter cave rocks into pieces using her axe-kick move.

Korrina first appears on Route 5, when one of her Lucario comes up to the player while she is doing some special training. She notes about how Lucario has taken a liking to the player's aura, then introduces herself to the player as the Shalour City Gym Leader. She then appears in Geosenge Town, where she challenges the player to a battle with her two Lucario.

After arriving in Shalour City, Korrina can be found in the Tower of Mastery with her grandfather Gurkinn, the Mega Evolution guru. Once the player wins the battle for the Mega Ring against their rival, Korrina will go to her Gym for a battle.

After battling her at the Gym, she will immediately invite the player to a rematch atop the Tower of Mastery. There, Korrina gives the player the Mega Ring. After that, the Lucario that had become close to the player temporarily joins their team, and the two have a one-on-one battle, using just their Lucario, both holding a Lucarionite. Win or lose, the player has the option of getting the Lucario that joined them for the battle.

Once the player obtains rank of Marquis/Marchioness at the Battle Chateau, Korrina and the other Gym Leaders will be able to be battled there for rematches. There, Korrina will possess the rank of Marchioness.

Pokémon

Pokémon X and Y

First battle



Gym battle



Mega Evolution battle



Battle Chateau



Battle Chateau - Blue Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau - Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau - Red Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau - Black Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau rematch



Battle Chateau rematch - Blue Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau rematch - Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau rematch - Red Writ of Challenge



Battle Chateau rematch - Black Writ of Challenge



Given away
 
Types:
Fighting Steel
Ability:
Steadfast
Held item:
  Lucarionite
Lucario Lv.32*
Swords Dance
Normal Status
Power-Up Punch
Fighting Physical
Metal Sound
Steel Status
Bone Rush
Ground Physical

Gym Freaks

April: "Hello! It's time for Gym Freaks, your source for the hottest news about hot Gym Leaders in Kalos. So... I'm now in front of the Shalour City Gym! ... Eeek. Korrina has arrived! She's cute! So cute! The way she dresses up in costume-like clothing makes my heart go crazy! Lately, Korrina has been in the PR Video Studio! Following two years of planning and another year of shooting, her highly anticipated new PR Video is scheduled for release at the end of next year! Oh... She went inside the Gym... That's all for the on-site report. Good-bye for now, everyone."
April: "Hello! It's time for Gym Freaks, your source for the hottest news about hot Gym Leaders in Kalos. So... I'm now in front of the Shalour City Gym! ... Eeek. Korrina has arrived! She's cute! So cute! The way she dresses up in costumes make my heart beat pit-a-pat! Her legs are so magnificent that her axe-kick move can shatter cave rocks into pieces! If I were her, I wouldn't need the HM. Oh... She went inside the Gym... That's all for the on-site report. Good-bye for now, everyone."

In spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Korrina (Masters)

Korrina forms a sync pair with her Lucario in Pokémon Masters EX.

Artwork

   
Successor artwork from
X and Y
Concept artwork from Pokémon XY

Sprites

   
VS portrait from
X and Y
VS portrait as Successor Korrina from
X and Y
   
Overworld from
X and Y
PSS icon from
X and Y

Quotes

Main article: Korrina/Quotes

In the anime

 
Korrina in the anime

Main series

Main article: Korrina (anime)

Korrina is a recurring character in Pokémon the Series: XY who met Ash and his friends in Mega Revelations! on their way to her hometown. The group accompanied her as she traveled to Geosenge Town to understand and master the Mega Evolution of her trusted partner Lucario. She left the group at Pomace Mountain in The Bonds of Mega Evolution!, and eventually battled Ash in a Gym battle in Showdown at the Shalour Gym!, where Ash emerged victorious. She made later appearances in Pokémon the Series: XY, and returned in Pokémon Journeys: The Series.

GOTCHA!

Korrina briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

 
Korrina in Pokémon Adventures

Korrina debuted in PS556. She first appeared in Santalune City after being called there by Viola. As soon as she arrived, she helped X defeat Celosia, a Team Flare scientist, and retrieve a Kangaskhanite she stole. Later, Korrina gave Tierno a pair of Roller Skates as a gift. Upon learning X received his Mega Ring without the proper succession ceremony, Korrina refused to acknowledge X as a true Mega Evolution Successor and angrily left without telling him more about it.

In PS560, Korrina returned to the Tower of Mastery, where she demanded that Gurkinn explain why he gave X a Mega Ring. Before Gurkinn could answer, the tower was attacked by a Trevenant used by Essentia, another Team Flare member. Korrina and Gurkinn fought the villain, only for Essentia to reveal she was distracting them while her Trevenant covered the tower in vines, trapping them inside. In order to prevent the secrets of Mega Evolution from falling into the wrong hands, Korrina reluctantly helped Gurkinn activate the Tower of Mastery's self-destruct mechanism, destroying the building and allowing them to escape.

In PS568, Korrina met Diantha, one of Gurkinn's students. Diantha led Korrina to a nearby river where they found Gurkinn under attack by Chalmers, a Team Flare Admin. Once Gurkinn was rescued, he, Korrina, and Diantha used their Mega-Evolved Pokémon to defeat Chalmers. Afterward, Diantha joined Korrina and Gurkinn and they set off to keep the Legendary Pokémon Xerneas and Yveltal out of Team Flare's clutches.

In PS574, Korrina, Gurkinn, and Diantha helped X and his friends fight Team Flare on Route 9 to stop them from taking Xerneas's tree form. Gurkinn helped X take on Essentia, Diantha was challenged by Malva, while Korrina went ahead to keep Celosia from transporting Xerneas to Team Flare's base. After a tough battle, Korrina's Lucario defeated Celosia's Aegislash, but fainted from exhaustion afterward. As she confidently proclaimed victory, Korrina failed to notice Celosia's lurking behind her and launching an attack. Later, X and his friends found Korrina's unconsciouus body, where they learned that Celosia successfully took Xerneas as well as taking the Key Stone in Korrina's Mega Glove.

In PS577, Korrina was taken to a hospital in Laverre City to recover from her injuries. In Epilogue, three months after Team Flare's defeat, Korrina was revealed to have fully recuperated. X was asked by Korrina to come to Shalour City to become an official Mega Evolution Successor.

Pokémon

 

 
Riolu → Lucario ↔ Mega Lucario
Main article: Korrina's Lucario

Lucario is Korrina's only known Pokémon that she had ever since he was a Riolu. He was first seen with his Trainer in Santalune City, where he Mega Evolved into Mega Lucario to battle against Celosia of Team Flare. With his Aura, he prevented Celosia's Aegislash from controlling X and his friends' minds. Together with Kanga and Li'l Kanga, Lucario defeated Celosia, forcing her to escape.

Debut PS555

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Korrina or her Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Korrina Su Furious Fists   95/111 Rising Fist   090/096
Furious Fists   111/111 Rising Fist   102/096
      M Master Deck Build Box Power Style   040/049
      Premium Champion Pack   120/131
      The Best of XY   144/171
Korrina's Focus Su Battle Styles   128/163 Rapid Strike Master   066/070
Battle Styles   160/163 Single Strike Master   079/070
Battle Styles   174/163 Single Strike Master   086/070
 


Trivia

  • Korrina's Japanese Leader title is エボリューション ファイター!.
  • Korrina is the only Kalos Gym Leader:
    • Who is battled outside their respective Gym or the Battle Chateau.
    • Who uses Mega Evolution in the games.
    • To have two pieces of VS artwork.
  • Korrina is the only Gym Leader to use the Gym Leader Trainer class before being battled at their respective Gym.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese コルニ Corni From cornichon (French for gherkin), matching with her grandfather Concombre (Gurkinn) who is named after the French word for cucumber[3]
English
Brazilian Portuguese
Korrina Similar to her Japanese name. Also from K.O. and arena
German Connie Similar to her Japanese name
Spanish Corelia Similar to her Japanese name
French Cornélia Similar to her Japanese name
Italian Ornella Similar to her Japanese name
Korean 코르니 Corni Transcription of her Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 可爾妮 / 可尔妮 Kě'ěrní / Kě'ěrnī Transcription of her Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 可爾妮 Hóyíhnèih* Mandarin-based transcription of her Japanese name
確魯妮 Koklóuhnèih* Transcription of her Japanese name
Russian Коррина Korrina Transcription of her English name

Successor

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 繼承者 Gaisìhngjé
Mandarin 繼承者 / 继承者 Jìchéngzhě
  French Héritière
  German Erbfolgerin
  Italian Erede
  Korean 계승자 Gyeseungja
  Brazilian Portuguese Sucessor
  Spanish Heredera


References


Gym Leaders of the Kalos region
Santalune Gym  
 
Viola
Cyllage Gym  
 
Grant
Shalour Gym  
 
Korrina
Coumarine Gym  
 
Ramos
Lumiose Gym  
 
Clemont
Laverre Gym  
 
Valerie
Anistar Gym  
 
Olympia
Snowbelle Gym  
 
Wulfric


Trainer classes in the Pokémon core series
Kalos Ace DuoAce TrainerArtistArtist FamilyBackpackerBattle GirlBeautyBlack BeltBrains & Brawn
ButlerChampionChefDriverElite FourFairy Tale GirlFishermanFurisode GirlGarçonGardener
Hex ManiacHikerHoneymoonersLassLeaderLumiose Gang MemberMysterious SistersOwner
Poké FanPoké Fan FamilyPokémon BreederPokémon ProfessorPokémon RangerPokémon Trainer
PreschoolerPsychicPunk CouplePunk GirlPunk GuyRangersRising StarRoller Skater
SchoolboySchoolgirlScientistSky TrainerSuccessorSuspicious ChildSuspicious Lady
Suspicious WomanSwimmerTeam FlareTeam Flare AdminTeam Flare BossTeam Flare Grunt
TouristTwinsVeteranWaitressWorkerYoungster
Battle Chateau ranks:
By male: BaronViscountEarlMarquisDukeGrand Duke
By female: BaronessViscountessCountessMarchionessDuchessGrand Duchess
Battle Institute and Battle Maison only:
Battle ChatelaineLadyMadameMaidMonsieurRich Boy


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